The complete OC analysis of the AMD Phenom II X6 1090T on ASUS Crosshair IV Formula
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June 23, 2010, 07:59 AM
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The full speed of OCCT -37/45
The data of temperature, the radiator of quality and inaccuracy of the software must be taken into account,
however, based on AMD 6Cores made under 45nm to produce it that the performance of temperature is outstanding no matter at stand-by or full speed.
3D performance - ATI Radeon HD 5830 CrossFire
Hour pulse of GPU/GDDR5 800/1000
CPU SCORE =>16667
GPU SCORE =>19308
StreetFighter IV Benchmark
1920 X 1200 =>148.58FPS
1280 X 720 =>90.9 fps
Call of Juarez
1024 X 768 =>Avg 80.7
The performance of ATI Radeon HD 5830 is very close to the high-end VGA level
The power consumption testing
The stand-by of the system -140W
CPU at full speed -206W
There is only 76W different from the power consumption on X6 1090T between full speed and stand-by mode.
And the total power consumption is 140W, AMD is doing very well in consumption this time.
The efficiency of south bridge
Efficiency specification 220/180 MB/s of CORSAIR CMFSSD-128GBG2D SSD
ATTO DISK Benchmark exceeds above 128k, read can be 217 MB/s at most while testing and write can be 190 MB/s
CrystalDiskMark that read can be 230.9 Mb/s, writes can be 175.1 MB/s
FDEBENCH that read can be 230 Mb/s, write can be 177 MB/s
The reading efficiency of the new edition south bridge can reach to 217-230 MB/s.
And there is no big difference with the average writing speed, which is still between the range of 175~190 MB/s by the official report.
The SB850 not only supports SATA 3.0 but also performs very well in SATA transmission. And next time, I will test the RAID0 function,
And hope which will be also better than the previous AMD chipsets.
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